What does it take to land a private school scholarship in the country's most prestigious schools?
Dr Seuss, in Oh, The Places You'll Go! might have had you in mind.
Working parents demanding increased flexibility from employers are being offered an alternative: weekly boarding.
Planking was cool in 2010, we had the Ice Bucket Challenge two years ago and now Mannequin Challenge videos are sweeping the web.
Scholarship entry to Sydney's elite private schools has become 'more challenging as student cognitive capacity has increased', says the man who sets key papers.
Gifted musicians and singers from around NSW are auditioning now for a fee-free education.
A Victorian private school is the latest victim of the creepy clown craze that has frightened people in several incidents around Victoria.
It's a big day for more than 69,000 students across NSW schools sitting their first HSC exam, but a key message this year is directed at parents.
It all comes down to this. Or at least that is what you are made to think.
A year eight student, with special needs, has penned a heartbreaking essay about the things he wishes his teacher knew.
It's a worry that Australians fret so volubly over the fortunes of our sporting elite yet the long, steady decline in the results of our best and brightest young students barely rates a mention.